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Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - January 18, 1900, Corning, Iowa All Home Print BAVEGOODMEEflNfiS icial Services at Various Corn Ifig Churches Well Attended THE IMPROVEHENT ASSOCIATION A Commendable Organization In Which the Ladles of Corning Show tireat interest THE DISTRICT COURT INTEREST MANIFESTED the Pastors of the Churches Report Great Interest on the Part of the Members and Many New Accessions Last week was the week of praver Sr P ing IHE UNIONKEPUBLION a Of a11 t services have been a attendance and with tho in anifested With few the audiences each evening were very large andthe success of the meet J5f waa emphatic chat sever of ffmh emen associa tion as the reorganization of the Vil ffag6H society is known has begun the work of the present year with increased interest on the part of the members Theobject of the associ ahon as stated in thecoristftutkn I i to accomphsh whatever pertains to the improvement of the city and thewel fare of tts inhabitants vine associa tion hasdone much to awaken interest m the care of the streets of Corn ng and m improvements of a public nature it is hoped that the work this year will be even more successful than usual Every public spirited citizen will wish the organization success and do what he elp attain ths objects for was organized and is main JL Mayor rst vice president Mrs M gelding second vicepresident Mrs H Meyerhoff secretary and January Term of Court in this City Adjourned Last Friday WERE NO JURY OASES Number of Cases Submitted to the Court Very Amount of Business Done a Rather Short Term MoColliun vj Jif iT ai it Or McCollum vs J w Farmer et al ASSESSORS MEETING Annual Meeting of the Assessors o Adams County at tlie Court House Saturday in at the various own incorporations of Adams ieir Annual meet court house in this city last With the rtethodlsts The meetingsat the Methodist church before last We have been make suggestions or complaints to the association is requested to send thn vng to sec recary over his own s complaints cannot be JOINT INSTALLATION The Q A and the w R C Insta ers for the Year January term of the district court came to a close on Friday The term was an uneventful one There was not a single jury case and the num ber of cases argued to the court was very small A considerable amount of business was disposed of nevertheless ancl final disposition was made of a number of eases Following are the cases upon which action was taken vs J JBlrdsall continued on do oa rrt oime rosoott carls Cooper Carl v Kardlsty Brooks Cornius y Alt Etna 1 J Ports Carbon Given Carbon JL F Porrv Prescott O tscott Vol XXX V rumff discussion among the assessors and the meeting fssstance to all of themiS towarcl uniform assess ments throughout the county J s Stahlnecker of Union township was Pfesideover the meeting and Perry acted as secretary wa want i decided to be Christ o have found Christ are convicted of sin and Christians but have not to believe that God is able deliver but to keep them ine meetings were greatly ring the first week by Miss Deaconess home A11 reKretted that she could Jar singing by the Frank Lihhy rl e tabernacle music The i whole soul into the work of the neonle and the guidance of the Holv SnEi is confident of success preaches m What is commonly ternTed the o d frith S so much sorrow in the world attendance of the veter ans ot the SpanishAmerican war was ryPeasm8 feature of the evenimr were then lS staUed 11 Homan commanderJ SIvarns senior vice commander C D Cooper junior vice commanderJ A Lovejoy chaplain Dr James Widner hv lcer ote dayE Sheppard adjutant Thomas Wil Jolm et and Cols l year old W H Jacks toscoo Jonnotts I0n to AHUes 100 a5Aors Kecding cattle Tliprouslibred cattle at bjvlne over 0 months o 2i to v F C Davta 11 oats per Com per bu Married president Mrs BAG Jvarns chaplain Mrs Orrie There oa Monday ev geJistic services may be held at a later date if circumstances seem to warrant Presbyterian Church assstant l first color bearer Mrs Sarah irl0l0r berer Mn Matta hird color bearer Mrs Vin me fourth color bearer AHes the installation services which were conducted in a very beautifnl manner by installing S vsWalter Goodivln default buumitiou decided ue entered us of ternitline MoffettWestThe marriage of Ira Moffett and Miss Adelie Avest occurred on Wednesday evening January 10 at the home of the brides mother Mrs Ira West near Lenox A large ber of guests were present to Which was Performed by S f Crewclson of this citv and to extend good wishes to the happv couple After the ceremony a substan tial repast was served Many presents were bestowed upon the iif6 together wishes of their many friends died on y nm their able Jhe company was served to a nicelv prepared slunch and sociability 1 Scllolz wieek of Prafer was appronria observed at the eh actings eaeii evening beginni with Monday and closing Iriday ang These services were of rathpr more than the usual interest and were largely attended by the members of the The way was preparert meetings by ay sermon aPt the morning hour of worship on the nrp Sabbath the theme of wnfch was Christ and the Church on Mon and conference took the form of confession of sins of We 88 ot c that we may more fromh from heart disease He was 67 years of age and was one of the old residents 6f the community and a man who bore the respect of all Many old friends will be pafned by the news of his dlath heMthis y K who were present guests of the G A R and W p and by Mrs E A G Karns w o Mitchell and Dr Salts Gomnillder Homanandhis new bride wTrefa at tendaaee and were presented to the audience by the president of the W It T increasing cir atther es at the M E church at Quincy and the Ksmces will be conducted by Rev Borne assisted by Rev E Y Gupp Robert Hitt son of G E and Ida A Knodle of aged four years nine months and twenty da vs Robbie Makes the food more delicious and uu aoiva in ui n average man doles it out e were paying his taxes JANUARY 22 TO 27 LAST WEEK OF OUR THIRD AiNNUAL THURSDAY JANUARY Clearing of Gc and 8c FRIDAY JANUARY 26 Newsboy Tobacco per plug SATURDAY JANUARY 27 Hot Time Mrs J Archie has returned to her hofne south of Nodaway after WWekcourae at drtsscu T s Shumaas cuttQS eontlnuaa by The tllatflnal manifested tho session mdecifl 8hould the fint week in each month have V Church of Christ wiVh o nstitute editions with Ihe Poultry Farmer Farmers Mutual Insurance i together and The Journal ray W K grilntc1 as increasing school icHonSeSufiafcrten scientifically satis1 V B Ankeny Optician ancl double harness for good as dirt IE COCHUANE 32t Headache is very frequently caused I by defective vision ancl can be relived by properly fitted glasses Weguaran I tee satisfaction Ankeny Carmlchael ii Ankeny Optician 3t2 Household Goods for Sale thl1 at public the Ihompson building on Davis avenue on Saturday afternoon at 3 o clock January 27 my housenolr poods consisting of bedroom set fold cook stove table chairs roek era and numerous other articles Terms cash 32t GEO Thats what competitors are i mg in their wild efforts to makebuyers of furniture S thmk they cau m goods ot thp k of DESIRABLE FURNITURE costs no more 1 old stock every Undertaking a Specialty yue or wie bes J furniture at Snavelys N P goods elsewhere ifn C here L SNAVELY I whlch Come in and Bronze Tureyg for Sale I have full blood Bronze Turkeys for sale CIIAS LEONARD Leona lowaSt For Bent to uar anl bo Sale CONTINUED CASKS Reinemler ithout a sack of the cele Lornmg Hour Xo better made Poland China Sale vs A F Okoy Doiip va jjnfivcly Yjiri T vm A T Onkoy J o Powell vs HorthiV Guss Iowa Good Stoves for Sale Kstito of 3 Diivis 32t For Bent 8 v mries northeast of of water B F t AWKKNOK North Corning For Sale at a Bargain 3 tf Bn Thoroughbred Shorthorn bull sale at a bargain Three years VAN ZANDT for Notico JIJIIs aro a Leader per Trido of Corning per sack Oflc Cresent per sack 80c Qraham per sack 10 ibs 20c Meal per sack 10 Ibs 10c Shorts per hundred j5C Bran per hundred 50e Corn and Oat Chop per hun dred 70c Corn Chop per hundred fiiic obs 55 Ibs Hi 52 Ibs oOlba Ibs Ibs Ibs iOlbs 28 Ibs Ibs JJran Ibs 10 Ibs IOlbs 10 Ibs 10 Ibs Olbs Olbs 10 Ibs Pear Meal per bushel of All goods delivered free of charge We also o other grades of flour in as pey turn Try us and beconvinoed that we propose tol we For Sale Cheap tOatsaaUoru Phone 27 Rawson
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